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By Michael Essany     Apr 24, 2013 in Technology
Soon, the relentless criticisms asserting that Apple has forgotten how to innovate may very well die down. That's according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
In a candid admission during the company’s Q2 2013 earnings call on Tuesday, Cook confirmed that some major surprises are in the works for later this year.
“The most important objective for Apple is developing innovative products,” Cook said, without revealing any key details.
Nonetheless, Cook’s pledge to produce innovative new products within months is reassuring.
The CEO said consumers will see new gadgets this fall and "all of 2014." The bottom line, Cook clarified, is that the iPhone maker has “a lot more surprises in the works.”
On Tuesday afternoon, Apple reported impressive earnings for its second fiscal quarter of 2013.
Earnings came in at $10.09 EPS on $43.60 billion in revenue, which beat Wall Street expectations of $10 EPS and $42.33 billion in revenue.
“We are pleased to report record March quarter revenue thanks to continued strong performance of iPhone and iPad,” Cook boasted. “Our teams are hard at work on some amazing new hardware, software and services, and we are very excited about the products in our pipeline.”
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